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    Modernism The New Critical Idiom Peter ChildsOriginally published 2000 A succinct but authoritative analysis of one of the most important literary innovations of the last hundred years This guide explains the pan European origins of the radical literary changes which occurred in the novel poetry and drama The modernist movement radically transformed the late nineteenth and early twentieth century literary establishment and its effects are still felt today Modernism introduces and analyzes what amounted to nothing less than a literary and cultural revolutionتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیستم ماه ژوئن سال 2005میلادیعنوان مدرنیسم نوگرایی نویسنده پیتر چابلدز؛ مترجم رضا رضایی؛ تهران، ماهی، 1383؛ در 312ص؛ شابک 9647948379؛ چاپ دوم 1386؛ چاپ چهارم 1392، در 268ص؛ شابک 9789647948371؛ چاپ پنجم 1393؛ چاپ ششم 1397؛ موضوع نوگرایی هنرهای نوین از نویسندگان انگلیسی سده 21مدر کتاب «مدرنیسم»؛ جنبه‌ های گوناگون این «انقلاب» ادبی و فرهنگی، تجزیه و تحلیل شده است؛ «پیتر چایلدز»، نویسنده‌ ی کتاب، استاد زبان انگلیسی، و کارشناس شعر سده ی بیستم میلادی هستند، و در این کتاب درباره‌ ی تأثیر اندیشمندانی همچون «فروید»، «داروین»، «مارکس»، «نیچه»، «فردیناند دو سوسور» و «اینشتاین» بر جنبش مدرنیستی بحث می‌کنند؛ سپس از رخدادهای مهمی در این دوره سخن می‌گویند که در «ادبیات»، «درام»، «نقاشی» و «فیلم» صورت گرفته؛ و سرانجام «مدرنیسم بالفعل» را در آثار «جیمز جویس»، «ویرجینیا وولف»، «جوزف کانرادکنراد»، «ایام فورستر»، «تیاس الیوت»، «هنری جیمز»، «اچ جی ولز»، «ربکا وست»، «سمیوئل بکت» و؛ نشان می‌دهند؛نوگرایی، که از آن با عنوانهای «تجدد»، یا «مدرنیسم»؛ نیز یاد می‌شود، به معنی «گرایش فکری و رفتاری»، به پدیده‌ های فرهنگی نو، و پیشرفته‌ تر، و کنار گذاردن برخی از سنت‌های کهن است؛ نوگرایی «فرایند گسترش خردگرایی در جامعه»، و «تحقق آن در بستر مدرنیته» است؛ «نوگرایی» یا «مدرنیسم»، گستره‌ ای از «جنبش‌های فرهنگی»، که ریشه در دگرگونیهای جامعه ی غربی، در پایان سده ی نوزدهم، و سالهای آغازین سده ی بیستم میلادی دارد را، می‌ستایداین واژه مجموعه‌ ای از جنبش‌های «فلسفی»، «هنری»، «معماری»، «موسیقی»، «ادبیات»، و «هنرهای کاربردی» را، که در این دوره ی زمانی رخ داده‌ اند، در بر میگیرد؛ «مدرنیته» به یک شیوه ی زندگی، و نهادهای اجتماعی و سیاسی مرتبط با این شیوه ی زندگی، اشاره دارد؛نوگراییها در جهان پهناور، جانمایه‌ ای یکسان دارند، و تلاش می‌کنند، کوچک شمردنها را «کوچکی انسان در برابر جامعه»، «انسان در برابر تاریخ»، «انسان در برابر قانون» را، از انسان باز پس بگیرند؛ «مدرنیته» می‌خواهد، همگی این حقوق فردی را، به انسان پس بدهدتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 13061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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    This is a highly readable and mostly jargon free introduction to the ideas of modernism for a reader who dips casually into the canon and could benefit from a few analytical tools After briefly checking out some of the patriarchs of modernism Marx Darwin Freud Nietzsche Saussure Einstein it moves on to a discussion of genres novel short story poetry drama art film and then looks at several authors and works closely A chapter on gender examines Katherine Mansfield's The Garden Party and Lawrence's Women in Love A chapter on epistemology and narration delves into Heart of Darkness and The Good Soldier A chapter on identity and war deals with Mrs Dalloway and Rebecca West's The Return of the Soldier The sex and race chapter looks at Nella Larsen and William Faulkner Finally a chapter on symbolism and language discusses A Passage to India WB Yeats's Leda and the Swan and James Joyce Many authors and works are discussed in passingThe book is typeset pleasingly in Garamond for the main text and Scala Sans for headings uotations glossary and bibliography

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    I was sur that I was going to hate this book because it was so academic and full of complex informationbut I was surprisedthis book opened my eyes on so many things My word to describe this book is revolutionary It just gives us this sight of how things happened and how they contributed in changing the world The death of God nihilism the survival of the fittest Marxismand a lot of this concepts and theoriesmade me reflect and think about how the world was and how it became

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    This is a book for general knowledge From the author's background we can see he is a high school teacher But what he wrote is way out of a high school teacher He knows how to explain things in a simpler way which is no longer existing in some Academic world Very nice But if you are looking for some serious uotes this book can only be a cross reference

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    My greatest achievement was reading this book😊

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    Peter Child's 2000 book Modernism in The New Critical Idiom series is exactly what it sets out to be a brief but diligent overview of modernism the literarycultural movement that arose in response to changing times at the turn of the century signaled by increasing industrialism urban life technology and eventually by the first World WarAs the world grew ever complex the capacity for individuals to understand the world diminished It can be seen then why a prevailing philosophy of realism in which it's assumed that all members of a rural society possess a basic common sense grasp of the world should have been compelled to give way to a internalized and subjective response inherent to each individual to the complicated urban world Childs' vision of modernism is less as an artistic movement than an uneasily reacting society in crisis Not that the new complicated world was necessarily seen as dystopian but that it was perplexing demanding an unprecedented degree of sophisticationThe literary techniue known as stream of consciousness is probably the most familiar characteristic trait of modernism Stream of consciousness writing perhaps became inevitable as people moved out of the wide open country and retreated inside their own heads Of no less importance was the need many modernist writers found to try to impose order on the new chaos through the imposition of systems or architectures of symbols to provide structure for their works structure which now seemed lost in the world around them The reassuring internal logic of these symbol systems served in a role analogous to that formerly paid by stock characters plowing through plot heavy dramas in the preceding era of Victorian realism

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    I didn't read the entire book but was able to find all the info I needed nonetheless The background info in the introduction and some other bits and pieces throughout the book are uite helpful and pretty much all I needed

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    Good survey of the modernist movement

  9. says:

    This has to be one of my favourite books

  10. says:

    The writing was a bit confusing but this book helped me understand some others that I'd already read

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